On April 26th 1986, during a safety test in the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in the Ukraine, an accident caused by human error led to what is considered the worst nuclear disaster in human history. The pictures represent part of a series that documents the contaminated exclusion zone 30 years after the catastrophe, and shows the disturbing contrast of people working at the power plant canteen, a returned resident who came back to live in his home only months after the incident, and devastated buildings and wastelands.
All images and text © Hanna Radek
By Hanna Radek
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